Rediscovering the spirit of adventure. A 633km bikepacking trip in South Korea.

This 633 km adventure started being something physically challenging to do with my four-year-old daughter (Becky). However, it turned out to be the ultimate bonding experience and how she taught me to see the world through the eyes of a child again.  “It is your perspective of a moment that makes it good or bad.… Continue reading Rediscovering the spirit of adventure. A 633km bikepacking trip in South Korea.

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Long-distance bikepacking with toddlers? Here’s proof it can be done.

Endless forests, pristine lakes, fresh air and hundreds of kilometers of gravel roads. When Andy Cox published his European Divide Trail earlier this year, we got restless. Adventure was calling and we must answer. The fact that we have two toddlers running around the house doesn’t change that. Quite the opposite, we are eager to… Continue reading Long-distance bikepacking with toddlers? Here’s proof it can be done.

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Inner City Adventure

Mountain biking isn’t just for the mountains. Especially considering ours are still covered in snow! Here in Calgary, Alberta we have the fourth largest urban park in Canada. Nose Hill. The real beauty of this inner-city park is that if you explore it enough, you’ll find epic trails that make you feel like you’re out… Continue reading Inner City Adventure

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The Golden Hour Ride

“How do you two do it!?” This is a question my wife Alyse and I often hear on our adventures with our little lady crew of Reid (9), Rowyn (7), Collyns (4) and Roux (21 months). I think in part we hear this because having 4 daughters gets people’s attention, and in part because no… Continue reading The Golden Hour Ride

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